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Citation Styles

Links to citation guides including Chicago, APA, MLA and more!

Citation Styles

Print ACS Guide: This means it is not electronic and you will have to touch a physical copy :)

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Reference QD8.5 .A25 2006 Library Use Only

Print APA Guides: This means they are not electronic and you will have to touch a physical copy :)

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Reference BF76.7 .P83 2010 Library Use Only
Reference BF76.7 .P83 2010 c.2 Library Use Only
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Print Chicago Guide: This means it is not electronic and you will have to touch a physical copy :)

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Reference Z253 .U69 2010 Library Use Only
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Print CSE Style Manuals: This means they are not electronic and you will have to touch a physical copy :)

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Reference T11 .S386 2014 Library Use Only
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Print MLA Guides: This means they are electronic and you will have to touch a physical copy :)

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Reference LB2369 .G53 2009 Library Use Only
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The UNBC Outdoor Recreation & Tourism Management (ORTM) Style Guide is available on the student (S:) drive.

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Why Cite? By Gail Curry

When you are quoting or paraphrasing another person's thoughts or ideas, you must cite where those thoughts or ideas have come from. If you do not cite your sources, you are plagiarizing.  Plagiarism is an academic offence at UNBC.  See the Regulations and Policies section of the University Calendar for a description of, and consequences as a result of, this offence.

For tips about how to lessen the chances of plagiarizing, see the Academic Success Centre's information on plagiarism at (under "Referencing/Citations").

Citing sources serves two purposes:

  1. The original author is given credit for his or her thoughts or ideas.
  2. The reader is given the information he or she needs to find an original source in order to get clarification, get more information, or assess the credibility of the source.


Consistency and accuracy are very important when you are citing sources. Pay attention to details: order of elements in the citation, punctuation, spacing, indentation, underlining, and capitalization. All these factors contribute to making the information in the citation clear to the reader.

Remember to proofread!

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